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SAIC Lands California Judicial IT Managed Services Contract

SAIC logoTYSONS CORNER, VA July 30, 2015 — ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday on Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) providing information technology services to state-level judicial system under a potential five-year, $59 million contract from the California Judicial Council.

The terms of the deal involve IT managed services provisioning, including data center, disaster recovery and security work, and help desk support for up to 21, 000 end users, SAIC said Tuesday.

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